We grew up on these. My Mom never used a recipe and I still make them--always in large batches with some to freeze! I squeeze out all of the extra liquid from the onion and potatoes before adding the egg or flour. You want them as tender as they can be so use the least amount of flour you can. It is okay if bits fall off of them while cooking! I scoop teaspoon-sized amounts off of the side of a plate into boiling water. If you get the spoon very hot in the boiling water first the dough won't stick as badly. When they rise to the top, time them 5 minutes and take out and drain. Besides frying them with the bacon and onion, Mom served them with cottage cheese on top! Yum!!
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We grew up on these. My Mom never used a recipe and I still make them--always in large...